Month: May 2018

70 Students Presented and 14 Earn Recognition at the 77th annual statewide Virginia Junior Academy of Science Competition

Numerous students placed in the 77th annual statewide Virginia Junior Academy of Science Competition May 22nd- May 24th at Longwood University sponsored by the Virginia Academy of Science VJAS Winners 2018 Caroline Cunningham – 1st Place Statistical Analysis and Inferences – The influence of the glycoprotein ratio on the influenza vaccine effectiveness Lindsey Gradowski – 1st […]

Numerous Students Accepted for Summer 2018 Residential Governor’s School Academics, Mentorships & Visual Performing Arts

The following students have been accepted to the VDOE Summer Governor’s School programs: Caroline Cunningham – Math, Science, and Technology Mariel Andrea Dayan – Agriculture Adi Kambhamppaty – NASA Mentorship Jeanie Laybourn – Visual Performing Arts Abigail Martinage – Humanities Matthew McKnight – Math, Science, and Technology Iain Ramsey – Math, Science, and Technology These students are alternates: Thomas Lynch […]

Weekly Writing Prompt

“Spring is like a perhaps hand / (which comes carefully / out of Nowhere) arranging / a window, into which people look,” writes E. E. Cummings, using the image of a hand and its actions to describe the nature of spring. His musings go on in the poem to make various imaginative leaps, but its […]

Student’s Films Receive Accolades at Arlington Student Film Festival (ASFF)

The following students received many Gold, Silver, and Awards of Distinction for their incredible films. Washington-Lee IB Film Class] Adieu finalement Richard Kouar, Margaret Coffey, Eric Dunham, Hannah Torma Gold Medal: ExperimentalSilver Medal: Original Score or Sound DesignSilver Medal: Visual Effects Washington-Lee [IB Film Class] Amour Timide Rebekah Phomsopha, Cate Hogan, Ainsley St.Clair, Emily Kile, […]